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Posted in: Raw, fried or on a bun: the many ways Japanese eat whale See in context

But she also noted wryly that the restaurant's most popular menu items are things like whale cutlets and croquettes.

"They like the things that don't taste much like whale, which seems like a bit of a waste," she added.

To waste, you can add, cruelty, they are a social creature, and you are killing its members, with small explosive hooks !

Really really bad PR for Japan.

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Posted in: Toyota moves up plan to have dealerships sell full range of models See in context

Toyota with their innovative , www.triglobal.com

should come out with a safety vehicle for oldies !

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Posted in: Trump imposes new U.S. sanctions on Iran's supreme leader, other top officials See in context

And they want lapdog England to join in, Trump needs a war, to have any chance of winning the next Election, so let millions suffer.

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Posted in: Outlook uncertain for Japan's whaling industry despite commercial restart See in context

Cat food for a nation's cats and dogs, what a shocking treatment of a majestic mammal, like a Whale !

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Posted in: Urban jungle See in context

Add to that the flight paths above, and the Underground below, not to mention, they haven't banned cars and trucks, which in most cases are still, "combustion type", and you get a feel for the smelly hit energy load, added of course to solar radiation, no wonder they have their doubts about the temperature of the Marathon Event, at the Olympics 2020.

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Posted in: New drug to boost women's sex drive approved in U.S. See in context

A tiny jab by the needle leads to better accept a big one.

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Posted in: Sailing among the stars: How photons could revolutionize space flight See in context

At least its clean energy, but the amount of junk up there does seem to be increasing rapidly, imagine if other countries adopt a Star Link approach, its going to rapidly go into the tens of thousands of "loaf " sized satellites.

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Posted in: Renault, Nissan end standoff over post-Ghosn governance See in context

No mention made of WaYMo part in this deal, which actually brought Nissan to the table, strange reporting !

Moderator: There is a separate story on that in the Technology section.

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Posted in: Gov't unveils measures to prevent car crashes caused by elderly drivers See in context

Lets not be ageist OR sexist OR racist; driving has got to the stage where its better tested with the inclusion of a simulator like a pilot, a health test, again, like a pilot, and occasional drug&alcohol testing,as you get with an operator of potentially dangerous machinery.

By all means get car companies like Toyota on board, am sure they would love the challenge, it would appear its been too difficult for Tesla.

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Posted in: Carbon zero: The business case for renewable electricity See in context

Decarbonization of Electricity Production is achieved through Nuclear, but decarbonization of forest burn, both accidental and on purpose is of major concern, as is methane from farming and thawing , a far more more potent Greenhouse Gas, which also has doubled to 2ppm

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Posted in: Nissan to cut CEO's pay for overlooking Ghosn's alleged misconduct See in context

Agreed this is the way they should have dealt with Ghosn, its just cos he's a foreigner, they deserve their profit drop, I will never buy Nissan again, and I see Renault wants to join with Fiat Chrysler instead.

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Posted in: Want a bed? See in context

Anyone know where you can get the polypropylene weave mattress, cool light and washable, used one in Kamata, but couldn't find one to buy, its made in Osaka I believe, tried IKEA, no luck, another one know or can put me in touch with organisers of the bed show, could be a great export for Japan, perfect for Australia !

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Posted in: Parts of Japan experience record high temperatures for May See in context

You do realise that what little you do to keep CO2 ppm under 420 is dwarfed by Chinese influence to promote increased coal usage in surrounding nations under cheap BRI loans !

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Posted in: G-20 agriculture ministers agree to boost productivity See in context

Well it does when its bagged and removed, down from 500 to about 20 rad, if that, get over it no ones dying, of much more concern is the chickens and pigs dying of flu.

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Posted in: AI-based automotive stereo camera improves nighttime performance of automatic braking See in context

Different you need radar like Tesla (not lidar), for poor visibility conditions, but Hitachi Stereo Camera work well in the clear, light or dark.

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Posted in: Japan to announce participation in U.S. lunar project by year-end See in context

Maybe we can put nuclear waste there

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Posted in: 2 teens arrested after woman on moped injured by rope across road See in context

Three other cases in twenty comments, all kids pranking, but as you would imagine bad outcomes , broken bones and tendon damage, no one died, no intended victim, a year in juvenile detention, not attempted murder.

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Posted in: Death by diet: the race to transform the world's bad food habits See in context

Feeding the "ten billion", is the least of our worries, maybe food should be the constraint rather than CO2 emissions

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Posted in: 'Driving graduation ceremonies' help coax elderly to give up licenses See in context

Yes I think technology will come to the rescue, Tesla and Toyota are both working on safer mobility options.

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Posted in: Boeing wins confidence of shareholders, prepares for key 737 MAX test flight See in context

The real answer is to lengthen the wheel struts of the plane , then the engine can fit under the wing as Airbus have done.

Its the right engine to use as it is more efficient but its diameter is greater than the 737 was originally designed for, so it won't fit under the wing and at the same time give enough ground clearance, that is why they moved it forward, that is why they then needed a trim adjustment program to compensate, that is where the fault lies.

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Posted in: Toyota to assemble Lexus in Canada: Trudeau See in context

Interesting, my new battery for my 2006 Gen2 Prius mentioned recycling to there, becoming quite the centre for hybrids outside of Japan.

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Posted in: The future of a countryside fading into oblivion See in context

Lines which are designed and built from the era of freight are high maintenance, with many unstable timber sleepers, the curves are wrong to upgrade to high speed passenger service, and population corridors have moved away from the tracks, the same is happening here in Australia, there is much debate as to what if anything can be done with them, I would like to see single overhead rail supporting high speed gondolier.

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Posted in: Abe, Trudeau extol Pacific trade pact without U.S. See in context

Excluded from both CPTPP and BRI , America is going to lose the trade and turn to war.

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Posted in: 3D goggles may soon help surgeons see better See in context

Wow that's amazing, they're a clever lot the Polish

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Posted in: Trump pressed Abe to have Japan build more vehicles in U.S.: Hagerty See in context

Meanwhile China is asking Tesla to be built there, that is the future, break your ties and join the BRI.

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Posted in: Eye on the ball See in context

Is she balancing on her nose, if so very well done, should go far

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Posted in: Heisei era: Three generations look back, and ahead See in context

Its also the right time like green fields BRI, to reduce emissions this era, time is running out.

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Posted in: No. of travelers to reach record high as 10-day Golden Week holiday begins See in context

Half a million out of 120million going overseas, 24 million on domestic trip, same as last year, its hardly huge.

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Posted in: Panasonic may upgrade Japan plant to make advanced Tesla batteries See in context

Absolutely the best thing Panasonic can do, the cell, seventy millimetres long and twenty one millimetres wide is holding 30% more power, and will be in great demand for homes and cars around the World.

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Posted in: Giga Big Mac returns to McDonald’s Japan, along with Grand Big Mac and new Big Mac Jr See in context

Sounds like its time for a rerun of the documentary, "SUPERSIZE ME".

GenZ is struggling with obesity and diabetes, at least put a " Government Health Warning" on the packaging, as we do with cigarettes !

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